Green targets Gattuso swoop
Charles Green says he is ready to sanction the arrival of Gennaro Gattuso and other players once the transfer embargo is lifted.
Rangers are keen to get the Italian back on board after he said he would be willing to move to Ibrox despite the club's financial problems but any deal is on hold while the club are in administration.
Green, is leading the consortium in place to buy the Gers and hopes creditors will vote in favour of a Company Voluntary Arrangement, which would allow the club to move forward and start bringing new players in.
"The SPL can't register any players because we are in administration and the SFA and the club have been in a very public dispute for some time," Green revealed.
"However, the manager has identified a number of people from a playing point of view he would be interested in. Gattuso himself came out publicly and said he would love to join Rangers and, after the illustrious career he has had in Milan, that's great.
"His agent came over and we met with him to explain the difficulties surrounding the club. To me, it's a massive positive he wants to come.
"It's an endorsement that the world's top players would still like to come and play for this club.
"From my point of view as CEO, we've sat with Ally and arranged a budget with him and should we be allowed to sign players, he will be able to do so."